Walk of Fame retraces showbiz history

The long-running contribution of Flinders University to the arts is a feature of the new Walk of Fame promenade at the Adelaide Festival Centre. Names on […]

Leading record of performing arts in jeopardy

The world’s largest directory of Australian stage performances is under threat as financial support for its ongoing development becomes tenuous in an uncertain funding environment. AusStage, […]

Fellows elected at Academy of Humanities

Veterans of performing arts and maritime archaeology at Flinders have been acknowledged as fellows of the Australian Academy of the Humanities. Award-winning academic scholar and theatre […]

Drama graduates come home to roost

Flinders creative arts graduates continue to make a big impact – from the bumper 2018 season for State Theatre Company SA to smaller productions by children’s […]

The cast of Ibsen's A Doll's House. Photo courtesy Andy Rasheed and STC.

Creative solution to classic drama

An ensemble cast for State Theatre Company’s next two productions will put a new spin on two classics of the Western canon, A Doll’s House and […]

Playwright draws upon real war tales

The horror of the Battle of Long Tan comes vividly to life in the latest production of Flinders PhD Verity Laughton’s powerful play. The Brink Productions-State […]

Hall of Fame Logie for drama queen

Australian TV veteran and Flinders graduate, Noni Hazlehurst AM, used her Hall of Fame Logie Award acceptance speech to call for a new kind of television that “counters bad news with good”.